I first wrote this entry by hand in the back seat of my mom's Blazer, driving on interstate 80 through Pennsylvania. In all honsety, I'm pretty devestated to be leaving New York. I knew I was only there for the summer, but I hadn't realized just how much the city had grown on me. It really worked its way inside my head, my lungs, my feet. My boss told my parents that I must be a real New Yorker at heart because of how well I fit into the city. I miss the buil...
Ain't it grand?
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Waking up in a strange bed is always an adventure. Some of us would know more than others, I suppose, (haha) but I think it's still an interesting experience. But as far as strange states go, Pennsylvania is as good as any to wake up to. The hills and country side are scenic and make for a great drive. Before heading out, we repacked the trunk, a routine of which we would become experts, and had a continental breakfast at the hotel. We also had some adventure...
Ahhh, the flatlands of Ohio. Not the most scenic trip so far, but I gotta admit it's been a lot of fun. Sarcasm is the main form of communication on the road and we are all expert linguists. To start the trip, I whacked my head pretty hard on the trunk when we were loading it, so I'm pretty sure I'll have a bump for the next few days. Greeeaaattt. Cleveland, as my future employer so aptly said, was "a real hot bed of entertainment." haha Luc...
About to get some sleep at a Days Inn just outside of Pittsburg.Â Very tired, and a little battered--today I think I hit my head, stubbed my toes, and cut myself up more than I have done to myself in the last three months combined, and that's saying a lot--but I posted pics of today. Stories to come. Must sleep now ... zzzz